Thu, 27 May | Online Training Program

Power Saving, Energy Efficiency and Power Quality Improvement in Electrical Utilities

Learn from the Expert

Time & Location

27 May, 9:30 am IST – 28 May, 5:30 pm IST
Online Training Program

About the Event

Course Objective and Take Away

Upon completion of this program, the participant will be able to identify energy wastages occurring in electrical utilities and chalk out and implement action plans for reducing the same, thus optimizing the energy efficiency of the system.

This course will help the participants –

  • to impart conceptual knowledge and practical approach for improving energy efficiency of electrical utilities, Power distribution system etc. and methods to conduct efficiency study
  • to understand how power quality issues can adversely affect power system reliability
  • to follow harmonics mitigation techniques and the criteria for harmonics filtering and mitigation
  • to get a clear picture about Earthing, Grounding and Bonding
  • to demonstrate through actual site measurements the saving potential and actual savings achieved by implementing suitable measures
  • to understand and resolve Power Quality issues including Harmonics, Power Factor, Reactive Power management
  • in preparing for Energy Auditor Examination
  • to become aware of the Energy Management System (EnMS) – ISO 50001
  • to demonstrate through actual site measurements the saving potential and actual savings achieved by implementing suitable measures
  • in interpreting and analysing the power quality-related incidents

If the acquired knowledge is implemented, the organisation will be able to:

  • Reduced operating cost due to improved energy efficiency
  • Improved health of the equipment
  • Improve overall electrical performances

Who Should Attend?

We encourage the staff involved in the operation, planning, design, and maintenance of power systems to attend this course. This training course is suitable for a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

  • Plant Engineers, managers and supervisors taking care of large electrical system
  • Electrical Engineers engaged in Operation & Maintenance of electrical power generation, transmission and distribution
  • Managers, electrical and instrumentation engineers working in Energy, Oil & Gas, Petrochemical, Chemical, Heavy engineering and other basic industries
  • Technicians and field service engineers with power dissipation factor testing responsibilities at utility or industrial substation facilities
  • Highly recommended for supervisors and others who have responsibility for contractor supervision at their substation
  • Graduate engineer trainees, engineers, middle management level professionals with electrical and mechanical background

About The Faculty - Mr. Indranil Ghosh

Mr. Indranil Ghosh is an Electrical Engineer, Fellow of Institution of Engineers (India) and Maintenance, Energy & Safety Management Professional. He has extensive experience in Operation, Maintenance and Engineering of various power plants. He had served as General Manager (Energy Services) at British Standard Institute (BSI) and Director of a reputed Power Training Institute (Essar Power Learning Center). As General Manager (Energy Services), he was involved in Energy Assessment/Auditing, Training and Business Development.

He has around 40 years of extensive & versatile industrial experience in Operation, Maintenance and Engineering of various plants, Energy Services, Technical & management Training and Safety & Industry Expert in organizations like Tata, Adani and Essar.

Indranil Ghosh, a Fellow of Institution of Engineers (FIE), is a certified Business Excellence Assessor and Lead Auditor of ISO 9001 (QMS), ISO 14001 (EMS), ISO 45001 (OHSMS) and ISO 50001 (EnMS).

Indranil Ghosh is a published author of many books and Technical Papers. These books have been published in various Indian and foreign languages. His latest book named ‘Managing the Invisible Monster’ is a soft technical book on electrical safety, in which he has explained various aspects of safety through storytelling and analogies. His latest book titled “Romance with Risk is Business but Romance with Business is Sustainability” explains the easy methods of adopting a safety & sustainability frame work in the Business Strategy. Some more new books are in the pipeline.

E-certificate of participation will be given on successful –

  • completion of the course;
  • submission of feedback;
  • complete payment of course fee
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